Faculty of Arts and Sciences
This Faculty is one of the main academic units in CIU and has been running its undergraduate programs since the 2003-2004 academic year and its postgraduate programs since 2007-2008.
Mission and Vision
Our vision is split into the two dimensions of both Art and Science.There are many staff, programs, and activities to ensure that the Faculty fulfils its selected purpose and achieves its goals of providing a modern structure in its education.
The second target is to be one step ahead in scientific competence when compared to other Universities.
The Turkish Language and Literature and Psychology (Turkish) Departments of our faculty have been accredited by FEDEK (Science, Literature, Faculty of Science and Letters, Faculty of Languages, History and Geography Curriculum Programs Assessment and Accreditation Association) for five years.
Besides being the first faculty in Cyprus to have the FEDEK accreditation, that only few institutions in Turkey have it, proves the quality of the national and global quality standards.
English is the medium of education used in Psychology, but Turkish is used in studying Turkish Language and Literature. Thus, Students have some opportunities to study in a universal environment. After students graduate, the Faculty offers both postgraduate and doctorate programs using modern educational methods and equipment. Students receive support in their studies by taking optional courses in different science, culture, and art areas.
Some structural properties of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences:
-Course syllabi are designed with regard to recent developments.
-Lessons are taught with modern technological equipment.
-Student-centred learning methods are used.
-Extra-curricular activities are provided.
-Guest academicians and literary names contribute to conferences.
-Students are provided with extra curricular studies and seminars delivered by their lecturers.
-As a result of subscribing to 15 literature journals published in Turkey, students are provided with the opportunity to have access to recent literary studies.
The Faculty is proud of its graduates, who leave with positive thinking and an optimistic attitude about the future.